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Integrated Phonics & Handwriting Practice: K & 1st-grade Distance Learning
Integrated Phonics & Handwriting Practice: Kindergarten & 1st Grade Phonics, reading, and writing prompts are aligned with the standards that are expected for Kindergarten while embedded cues remind children to use and practice conventional letter formations. If you have taught your children conventional letter formations but they are not yet using them consistently in their daily writing, this is the tool for you!
Name Plates - Alphabet Desk Strips: Handwriting-Without-Tears STYLE FONT
Nameplates and alphabet desk strips are used to promote phonics development, letter identification, and proper letter formation. This set was specifically developed for K through fifth grade. The use of realistic images, and simple words with short vowels.
Beginning Sound: Hole Punch Task Cards - 4 Activities
Kids love to punch holes and find these punchers a super fun phonics activity. Punchers can be used as an independent literacy station or for partner work. Punchers are also great for early finisher work. WHY PUNCH? ● Reinforce beginning letter sounds ● Learn to easily identify letters of different fonts - all 'a's do not look alike! ● Increase hand strength and endurance to improve pencil grasp ● Using a hole punch is intrinsically motivating and FUN!
Visual Schedule & Center Labels ~EDITABLE~ PreK Classroom
Choose from 55 preschool schedule visuals to support positive behaviors and stress-free transitions! Engaging and easy to understand pictures help your students make positive behavioral choices. Four sets include: in the classroom, out of the classroom, emergency, and play stations. These four sets are color-coded to help you keep your infrequently used visuals organized and accessible. Each set comes with blank pages so that you can add your own visuals. Editable!
Special Education Autism 26 Social Life Skills CBI Vocational
Updated January 2017 to add a brand new social story "Understanding Checks Social Story and Printables." Update November Christmas Social Story and Update Medical Emergency. October 2016: Brand New Social Story "I've Committed A Crime - Now What? - Entering the Juvenile Justice System." Some statistics state that over 70% of juvenile offenders are not only Special Education Students (Emotionally Disturbed and Specific Learning Disability) but are often "also" English Language Learners.
Preschool Handwriting: Supported Writing of CAPITAL Letters
I Can Write My Letters is packed full of developmentally appropriate learning opportunities. ❀ One Capital Letter per page - so you can use these with your letter of the week curriculum. ❀ Optional page to used as a ‘Pencil & Pizza’ cover page with your student's’ name, or as a certificate of completion. ❀ Preschool Teaching Guide ❀ Path of Movement Language ❀ Capital Letters are made from Pencil -lines, and Pizza -curves. Pizzas and pencils make learning to print FUN!
AAC CORE Words BUNDLE Dirty Clean
Dirty and Clean 2 Words for 2 Weeks, a series of instructional activities and suggestions for using target core vocabulary words with our students. Why "look" and "like"? These words are often motivating and fun for students because many activities can involve directing the actions of others, and expressing their opinions.